Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
My horse has bone spavin, his lower distal is fused, so it's not really a problem, however I have to worry about arthritis creeping up to the higher part of the hock and compensating on the opposite hock. I originally heard Adequan was the way to go, but at the large animal clinic that specializes in performance horses and lameness, the vet there recommends this combo instead for my horse's case, so I took his advice & went with that. Results are excellent, my horse moves perfectly, no stiffness whatsoever, very willing to extend & collect when asked. The clinic does follow up phone calls as well to ask you how the treatment is working so I am assuming they take this info and use it to determine what drugs to use in different horses.